In order to fill more than 100 additional positions with cabin crew by 2023, the Latvian flag carrier airBaltic has just started a fresh recruitment campaign.
“This year, the airline will continue to purposefully grow – in terms of the fleet, flights, passengers, destinations, and, of course, the number of employees,” Alīna Aronberga, senior vice president of human resources at airBaltic said.
“Providing a smooth flight experience and an excellent service is largely dependent on a professional cabin crew, as these people accompany passengers on both short and long journeys and take care of their well-being,” Aronberga added.
According to the airline, it currently employs cabin crew from 30 different countries.
The airline demands at a minimum that applicants for cabin crew hold a high school diploma. Visa fees, occupationally connected medical examinations, and accident and health insurance are examples of work benefits.
The airline is scheduled to hold online cabin crew recruitment days on March 7 and 9, 2023.